Fun Can Kill You - The Ugly Side of Sports and Entertainment
We all go to theaters, concerts, and sporting events expecting to have a fun and memorable time. However, bad things can happen almost anywhere. Besides looking at what are the possible freak or unexpected accidents, CEO's can take lessons from these incidents to make their own businesses safer and implement best practices for the benefit of employees and customers.
Join us for breakfast and a fascinating discussion with Dr. Fried at the University of New Haven. Immediately after the presentation, we'll move into our Program Committee brainstorming. This session will generate ideas for the NYC and Connecticut Chapters upcoming monthly events and activities. It is always an interesting discussion, and a great opportunity to have input into our programming. This warm, collaborative environment of strategic thinking is a wonderful setting for thought provoking ideas and sincere connections with fellow CEO Trustees.
7:30 - 8:00 am - Gathering and Breakfast
8:00 - 9:00 am - Presentation with Professor Gil Fried
9:00 - 10:00 am - Program Brainstorming
Breakfast Breads, Crispy Bacon, Eggs, Fruit, Coffee, Juices, and more
SPEAKER BIO: Gil FriedGil Fried is the Chair of the Sport Management Department in the College of Business at the University of New Haven. Professor Fried is a specialist in sport law, finance, and facility management. He has written several books on sport risk management, sport facility management, and sport finance and lectures nationally on financial risk management, facility risk management, crowd management/venue safety, and sport safety.
Professor Fried coordinates the Patron Management Institute (www.patronmanagement.org) and developed their Certificate in Patron Management Program (CPM). The CPM program is the only multi-disciplinary training program developed through and with industry leaders and designed to ensure participants learn and internalize risk management best practices. He has handled a large number of sport/music industry liability cases and has worked as an expert witness in various cases from stadium stampedes to foul ball cases. Some of his cases have involved significant national attention such as the Camp Randall stampede (University of Wisconsin), the Aramark Meadowland drunk driving case, the Wal-Mart Black Friday crowd case, Stow assault case, and the basketball crowd rush case (Kaye) in Phoenix. He also serves on several board of directors of sport related businesses and organizations. He has an active consulting practice called Gil Fried & Associates, LLC and has several major clients from corporations to insurance companies.
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